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3 Garland Siblings Have Bright Basketball FutureKeith Russell reports.
More 'Bluh' Weather On FridayIt will be another rainy and cloudy day.
It's Been 1 Year Since First Confirmed Case Of COVID-19 In USMore than 24,300,000 people in the U.S. have gotten the virus since then and more than 404,000 people have now died, according to the CDC.
North Texas Realtor Jenna Ryan, Arrested For Alleged Role In Capitol Riot, Kicked Off PayPalRyan, who was arrested last Friday, Jan. 15, asked her Twitter followers for help Thursday afternoon, sharing a link to a PayPal account where supporters could offer a donation.
7 Democrats Call For Ethics Investigation Of Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley 'To Fully Understand Role' In Capitol AttackSeven Democratic Senators said an ethics investigation should determine whether Sen. Cruz and Sen. Hawley, of Missouri, engaged in “improper conduct reflecting on the Senate.”
Effort To Get New Federally Run COVID-19 Vaccination Sites To TexasAndrea Lucia reports on President Biden's plan to combat COVID-19.
Texans Find Answers, Comfort In Facebook Group For COVID-19 Survivors“I actually just searched on Facebook for COVID survivors and because I was having so many just strange symptoms,” said Billi Phillips, a COVID-19 survivor from Amarillo.
Texas Sen. Cornyn Says He Doesn't Believe Trump Incited Capitol RiotU.S. Sen. John Cornyn said Thursday he does not believe former President Donald Trump incited the rioting at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Third Stimulus Check Likely But Could Be March Or Later Before $1,400 Payments ArriveSupport for a third round of stimulus checks will likely be bipartisan but because it’s a part of a larger $1.9 trillion relief plan, it could be weeks before Congress hammers out a deal.
Equity Has Been A Moving Target For COVID-19 Vaccine In Dallas CountyRobbie Owens reports.
Thursday Evening News BriefHere's what made news Thursday, Jan. 21.
Dallas ISD Foreign Language Teacher Sending Students 'Around The World' VirtuallyAkash Patel said he has had the privilege of traveling to more than 50 countries and wishes his students could have the same opportunity.
Texas Sen. Cornyn Raises Questions About Biden's Executive ActionsU.S. Sen. John Cornyn of Texas is raising questions about President Joe Biden's executive actions after emphasizing the theme of unity in his inauguration speech just hours earlier.
Arlington Reopens Vaccine Hub For Thousands Of More ShotsArlington restarted its large vaccination hub, delivering shots to thousands of people. Many people on Thursday waited three weeks for the appointments.
Speed, Efficiency Could Help North Texas Receive More COVID-19 VaccinesThe Allen Fire Department says it's being rewarded by the state of Texas with an extra 2,000 doses of the vaccine.
Garland Opens Large Vaccination Site But Keeping Up With Demand Still A ChallengeThe city of Garland's large vaccination site is up and running, but it still faces the challenge of keeping pace with demand.
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Rain Chances Sticking Around Through The WeekendHigh temps stay mild in the upper 50s next couple of days.
Ones For Wellness: Closer To Another COVID-19 VaccineThe U.S. could soon have a third COVID-19 vaccine to use, and this time it would come from Johnson & Johnson.
Gov. Abbott Hosts Discussion On Law Enforcement, Public Safety PrioritiesTexas Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday hosted a roundtable discussion with law enforcement and public safety advocates about upcoming legislative priorities.
North Texas Congressman Ron Wright, Who Has Been Battling Lung Cancer, Tests Positive For COVID-19North Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright said Thursday, Jan. 22, he has tested positive for COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.

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